The Benefits of Waterfalling

George and Betsy at Wilderness Falls, Unaka Mountain, Tennessee. November 27, 2009.

As most of you know, Betsy and I collect waterfalls.  We enjoy researching waterfalls in an area and then visiting as many as we can.  That’s what we did over the Thanksgiving weekend.

A waterfall doesn’t have to be big to be enjoyable.  We often get to a waterfall by driving or hiking through some of the prettiest scenery you could imagine.  Since we photograph our waterfalls I have a tripod in the car and a small tripod in my backpack.

We found this pretty little waterfall on Unaka Mountain along the Tennessee/North Carolina border, and of course we had to get our picture.

Pretty waterfalls, beautiful scenery, and fresh air.  Yes, there are many benefits to finding a new waterfall!

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12 Responses to “The Benefits of Waterfalling”

  1. The Explorer Says:

    the scenery is not just beautiful, it become a romantic place..

  2. MaryBeth Says:

    Aha–you rascal you. Teehee!!
    Sweet pic. MB

  3. Karen Says:

    Ah, how romantic – a kiss by the waterfall! 🙂

  4. busy bee suz Says:

    How sweet. You guys are too cute…nice fall George!

  5. Susie Says:

    Obviously water falls can be most romantic as well!

  6. Becky Says:

    This is so romantic!!!

  7. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    You two are so cute.I like to see couples showing love for each other even in public.I must qualify that,not all ‘love ‘ is appropriate,as is shown by some young kids.
    I did enjoy this picture.

  8. Tricia Says:

    What a lovely shot of you two by the waterfall – Very memorable photo!

  9. Jen Says:

    How sweet!

  10. Mary Says:

    You too are just so romantic 🙂 No wonder you look for so many waterfalls together if this is the result.

  11. Rajesh Says:

    Beautiful place. Any passion that keeps one going is absolutely good. Your pictures of waterfalls has always been good.

    Bhojeshwar Temple, Bhojpur

  12. imac Says:

    A little back my friends, er not too far SPLASH ooopps too far, SORRY

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